Multnomah County Library’s largest location, originally opened in 1913, has improved ADA access, new furniture and carpet, a dedicated teen space, and more.
Accessibility improvements were funded by $1 million in parks system development charges include.
The mole-like machine will clear the way for an outfall pipeline transporting treated water to the Willamette River.
There are several steps to take in order to become a responsible hobbyist pilot.
Metro will put a new 15 year, $380 million bond in front of voters this May.
Keeping our city’s roads smooth is a monumental task, but you can pitch in.
Upgrades to the 16-acre site in the Brentwood-Darlington neighborhood include a new playground and wildlife viewing spots.
Check out this list of local spots to host your special event.
It’s likely that you’ve never have heard of it, but about 829 people live on this 0.17 square miles of land, incorporated as a result of a historic clash with the Oregon Highway Commission.
Downtown Portland Clean & Safe’s year-end report compared annual pedestrian trends within its 213-block district.
Interest rates are set to fall, but what will prices do? Hear from one local expert.
The city of Portland encourages residents to keep calm and carry on.
Preliminary renderings show features like an outdoor stage and chandelier that will honor its namesake drag queen.
To say times were tough would be a vast understatement, but the City of Roses persevered, surviving economic and social struggles.
Portland Parks & Recreation will prioritize in-person reservations on Monday, Jan. 8, 8 a.m.-12 p.m.
Learn more about the benefits, regulations, and steps for installing solar panels in Portland.
We’re commemorating 2023 the best way we know how — highlighting local photos through our PDXtoday Picture of the Year contest.
The closure is scheduled to last from Jan. 14 to Feb. 25.
2023’s Google Year in Search is out — check out what Portlanders were searching most this year (it might surprise you).
The freestanding exhibits tell stories in the voices of original residents.
Your input will also help inform policy and decisions on future monuments and memorials in the Rose City.
Various recycling programs with local drop-off sites may save you a trip to one of Metro’s hazardous waste facilities.
The 1920s saw the Rose City build important infrastructure in the face of a declining economy and threats to social justice.
Homer has quite the tale to tell.
The Main Street Promise project will reconstruct the downtown road between Fifth and 15th streets.
All uniformed Portland Police Bureau officers who interact with the public will be equipped with the devices.
Why Portland scored 100 out of 100 in the Human Rights Campaign’s Municipal Equality Index.
This list of volunteer opportunities around Rose City includes everything from fostering a pet to mentoring at-risk youth.
The annual service provided by the Portland Bureau of Transportation removes fallen leaves for free within certain districts.
The regional government encompasses Portland and the surrounding cities and counties and acts as a guide for healthy growth.
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